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Beaded Crochet Wine Glass Cover – A Tutorial



Following requests for a pattern after this blog post here, I finally have one for you! Click to open the printable PDF pattern, or it is written out at the bottom of the page.

I’d love to see any that you make, so please share pictures:)

Beaded Wine Glass Cover PDF Pattern



Beaded Wine Glass Cover


Author: sewchet

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18 thoughts on “Beaded Crochet Wine Glass Cover – A Tutorial

  1. These are beautiful and how kind of you to take the time to write up a tutorial for us.
    I won’t be making one myself as, once a glass of wine is poured for me, it is rarely out of my hand long enough to need a cover.
    I can see I might use one on a milk jug or similar though so ‘never say never’.

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    • We probably get more flies than lots of people, living next to a farm, so they’re great for us – especially after discovering a fly in your wine just as you swallow it….you never want to do that a second time, believe me!


  2. Chiming in with Lynn’s thanks for your thoughtfulness, but a different size of buggy prob, and applicable to anything liquid, solid, or semi.
    Bugs down here start with a no-see-’em variety, which wouldn’t be fazed a bit by this lovely crochet lace. They have absoLUTly no sense of propriety!

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  3. Hello Sheila! Thank you so much – I shall be making a set quite soon and will send you a pic when done. I don’t want flies in my wine either 🙂


  4. 🙂 Thank you, I love these, and they bring back such cool childhood memories. Definitely something I need to make during the winter to have around when Spring starts here again. 🙂


  5. This is beautiful Sheila, thanks so much for sharing your pattern x


  6. Pretty – but as I’ve already mentioned, no chance of my wine staying in the glass long enough to be bothered by flies 🙂

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  7. These are delightful, you could display them in an embroidery hoop, they would look beautiful grouped together. These really do need good tension and you have really pulled it off! How generous to share your pattern. thank you.

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  8. I’ll definitely be having a go at these, I’ll be translating to American terms so I don’t get all confused🙄🙄Thanks for taking the time to write it up for us x

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